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About Me

 

With degrees in Film & Video Production and International Development Project Management, I offer a unique range of transferable skills, and have the ability to tackle assignments with creativity and critical thinking. Current and past positions at home and overseas have taught me how to be flexible and interact well with a diverse population in various contexts.

I am a socially and culturally conscious, self-motivated team player with excellent organizational and project coordination skills, and have a passion for continuous learning. I respond quickly to new challenges with an open mind, focus, and professionalism. My peers have described me as someone who “has already taken care of a forgotten task before it is on the to-do list.”

I have always enjoyed being hands on and creating art – and my camera is one of my favourite tools to use. It’s brought me to amazing places and introduced me to so many people I would not have otherwise met.

Photo Exhibits: 

  • “but” (Foster Eastman Gallery, Vancouver; 2016)
  • Ontario Council for International Cooperation (Toronto; 2011)
  • Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival (Toronto; 2010)
  • Vistek (Toronto, Ottawa; 2010)
  • Alternative Grounds (Toronto;  2010)
  • ByWard Market (Ottawa; 2008)
  • Earth360 Creative Expo (Guelph; 2007)

Publications:

  • Inuvik Drum
  • Ontario Council for International Cooperation iAM Magazine
  • Médecins Sans Frontières Warehouse Facebook campaign
  • Metroland/Toronto Community News
  • United Nations Development Program
  • Verge Magazine
  • Canadian Crossroads International Annual Report
  • Capital Style Magazine
  • CBC Nature of Things
  • Tokyo Notice Board Magazine
  • Metropolis Magazine
  • The Foreigner-Japan
  • Serbin Communications and Photographer’s Forum yearbook

Video Work:

  • Metroland Best Video Award (2010)
  • St. Felix Centre promo video (2009)
  • Canadian Crossroads International (Ghana; 2007-08)
  • Whose Rights, Anyway? (23min. documentary; 2005) awarded funding from the National Film Board’s Filmmaker’s Assistance Program. Screened across Canada as part of a program called “Measuring Security Measures.” Screened at various Canadian film festivals and won several awards.
  • worked on several independent films in the camera department